New York 1817 U.S. House of Representatives, District 4, Special

U.S. House of Representatives (Federal)
U.S. Congressman
New York 1817 U.S. House of Representatives, District 4, Special
New York
First Ballot
U.S. House of Representatives/U.S. Congressman
James Tallmadge, Jr., Lemuel Clift, Abraham Adriance, James Talmage, Benedict Arnold, Jacob Weeks
Candidates: James Tallmadge, Jr.[1]Lemuel CliftAbraham AdrianceJames TalmageBenedict ArnoldJacob Weeks
Final Result: [2]133710614771811
District of Four133710614771811
Dutchess County1039962303-11
Town of Amenia899541---
Town of Beckman12519015---
Town of Dover77892---
Town of Fishkill9891138---
Town of Northeast1897111---
Town of Pawlings8766----
Town of Poughkeepsie17822177-11
Town of Stanford1393316---
Town of Washington571063---
Putnam County41821414718--
Town of Carmel163188---
Town of Frederick47109---
Town of Patterson[3]474630---
Town of Phillips9924----
Town of Southeast105119----


[2]"A statement of votes given in the Fourth U.S. House of Congressional District to supply the vacancy in the 15th U.S. House of Representatives, occasioned by the death of Henry B. Lee." National Advocate (New York, NY). June 11, 1817.
[3]James Tallmadge, Jr. received 18 votes as James Tallmadge.


Original Election Books. Dutchess County Historian, Poughkeepsie.
Original Election Returns.
The Dutchess Observer (Poughkeepsie, NY). May 7, 1817.
Poughkeepsie Journal (Poughkeepsie, NY). May 7, 1817.
The Albany Argus (Albany, NY). June 10, 1817.
National Advocate (New York, NY). June 11, 1817.
The New-York Columbian (New York, NY). June 11, 1817.
Republican Chronicle (New York, NY). June 14, 1817.

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